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Citing HB2, NBA pulls 2017 All Star Game from Charlotte

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:54 am, 07/22/2016

It's cute?

Uh...okay.

Perhaps you're just more comfortable with good old meth-related crime?

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:51 am, 07/22/2016

Just curious, Sarge. I generally stay in the Inner Harbor. Beautiful area.

mommotwo

Posted 9:50 am, 07/22/2016

That's cute. Now read the next two paragraphs. Lol..

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:49 am, 07/22/2016

From madre's link:

However, compared to other communities of similar population size, Charlotte has a crime rate that is noticeably lower than the average. This means that for comparably sized cities all across America, Charlotte is actually safer than most according to NeighborhoodScout's exclusive analysis of FBI crime data.

Ole Sarge

Posted 9:48 am, 07/22/2016

With relatives, why do you ask

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:46 am, 07/22/2016

Really, Sarge?

Where did you stay in Baltimore?

mommotwo

Posted 9:46 am, 07/22/2016

I'll have to tell the folks I know in Charlotte that the end is nigh.


Na. I bet they already know.

Ole Sarge

Posted 9:45 am, 07/22/2016

All of them, but they are not in Traphill so no need for you to look for them

Ole Sarge

Posted 9:44 am, 07/22/2016

If you can find a rock in Charlotte and throw it, it will be smoked before it can hit the ground

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:44 am, 07/22/2016

Which of those cities have you actually been to, Sarge?

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:43 am, 07/22/2016

"You can't throw a rock in Wilkes without hitting a meth head, at least that is what is reported on here daily."

Now, now hangs. Madre assures you drugs only exist in big cities. She and Jethro done did saw it wit der own eyes!!!

Ole Sarge

Posted 9:42 am, 07/22/2016

Nope. It's on an obvious downhill spiral. Don't worry. It won't be long before it takes over the rest of the city. It's knocking on the doors now.

Examples: Chicago, Baltimore, Atlanta, Detroit, etc. I think you get the message

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:41 am, 07/22/2016

Wow. You live in a dark little world, don't you?

I'll have to tell the folks I know in Charlotte that the end is nigh.

mommotwo

Posted 9:40 am, 07/22/2016

Perhaps your preconceived notions clouded your experience.


Nope. It's on an obvious downhill spiral. Don't worry. It won't be long before it takes over the rest of the city. It's knocking on the doors now.

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:39 am, 07/22/2016

Yeah, uh...you could do both, madre.

They usually let you leave when the game is over.

You're precious, though.

mommotwo

Posted 9:36 am, 07/22/2016

Wow. I walk around Charlotte a lot, before and after games for the Hornets, Panthers, and Knights.
I really like the place. Guess the madre doesn't walk the areas I walk?

Nope. I don't have time to spend watching strangers play ball. Strangers that obviously could care less if I come and watch or not. I spend my time and money watching those I love play and they would actually miss me if I wasn't there, lol.

Ole Sarge

Posted 9:36 am, 07/22/2016

Perhaps you need to talk to a police officer in Charlotte


When you are not down there trying to score drugs

hangsleft

Posted 9:36 am, 07/22/2016

You can't throw a rock in Wilkes without hitting a meth head, at least that is what is reported on here daily.

shouldawouldacoulda

Posted 9:35 am, 07/22/2016

A shame, really.

Perhaps your preconceived notions clouded your experience.

mommotwo

Posted 9:29 am, 07/22/2016

Either way. I was in Charlotte and very unimpressed.

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